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of the jungle by jim jones, a man who called himself god. >> how very much i've loved you. how very much i've tried my best to give you the good life. >> who convinced his followers to kill their children and then kill themselves. >> let us be done with it. let's be done with the agony of it. >> drinking a kool-aid-type fruit punch laced with deadly cyanide. >> something to put you to rest. >> 30 years later, in a place where words could kill, and did, there is silence, an empty field, the people gone. almost no trace of their lives or dreams. this is the site of jonestown's open-air meeting hall where i'm standing right now, where the reverend jim jones led his followers into the worst mass murder and suicide pact in america's history. only small golden flowers grow where bodies once lay. on that fateful morning there are more than 940 people living in jonestown. by nightfall only 33 would still be alive. for most of the few who did survive, it took incredible courage to defy jim jones and step away. this is their story, one of desperation and daring and in the end a story of human triump
in an open-air shed. that's little tracy parks on the right in the blue windbreaker. jim jones is there too talking with the bogue family who had been among jones' earliest followers and now wanted to leave as well. >> that really -- that sent shock waves through me. >> jones moved over to talk to edith parks and her family. young tracy was distraught. >> i was crying and wiping my tears with that hat. the tears were not anything other than i was scared to death. i was really down deep in my heart thinking we're going to die. >> this is the last shot of the reverend jim jones that day as his grip on people was cracking. the rain stopped. the parks family walked toward a waiting truck. that is tracy again staying close to her older brother. as the group was leaving, another family was being torn apart. >> you brings those kids back here! you bring them back! >> one second, one second. >> don't you take my kids! >> this mother resisted when others in her family wanted to go. in the end, the family would stay, and all would die. >> emotions were starting to just become very tense, and i recogn
thinking we're going to die. >> this is the last shot of the reverend jim jones that day as his grip on people was cracking. the rain stopped. the parks family walked toward a waiting truck. that is tracy again staying close to her older brother. as the group was leaving, another family was being torn apart. >> you brings those kids back here! you bring them back! >> one second, one second. >> don't you take my kids! >> this mother resisted when others in her family wanted to go. in the end, the family would stay, and all would die. >> emotions were starting to just become very tense, and i recognized that we were in a powder keg. >> this is vern gosney dragging his belongings toward the departing truck. he tried to warn the congressman they were all in danger. >> he told me i had the congressional shield of protection over me and that i had nothing to worry about. i thought he was totally out of his mind. >> congressman leo ryan, carrying the briefcase, had planned to stay the night to help get more families out. then a church member came up behind him. >> and all of a sudden he put
of people from jonestown decided to join him. they wanted out. jim jones knew the gig was up once people left and came back to the states, they'd talk about the conditions in jonestown. what he did was sent security guards, waiting at the jungle airstrip killing congressman ryan and members of the people that were leaving so the fbi then goes in, it's a federal investigation. congressman leo ryan is the first congressman killed in the line of dews in u.s. history. they go into johnstown after they collect the body and start collecting documents as evidence trying to see what happened. was there a conspiracy to kill the congressman? they go through, literally, picking from the mud, letters never sent home, diaries, crop reports, meeting notes. they collect 50,000 pieces of paper, and that would be like, i don't know, i figured it out -- 150 3 # 00-page navel. that was the material i was working with. when i worked with the heavily redacted -- couldn't read anything, and then as i was about to turn the book in, they released unredacted versions so i took another six months to read through
ceremony was held to mark the anniversary of the jonestown massacre. on november 18th, 1978 jim jones desserted his temple to bring his followers to diana and drink cyanide laced kool- aid. more than 900 people died including children. mourners covered up the part of the cemetery memorial that displays the name of jim jones. >>> time now 4:51. it has been 24 years since the hayward girl vanished. the gathering being held to remember makayla garrett. >>> oakland based program getting a prestigious white house award from a few hours from now. >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. today marks 24 years since a nine-year-old girl from hayward disappeared. makayla garrett was last seen at the market. right now tests are being done at a bone fragment to see if it belongs to michaela. >>> in washington, d.c. first lady michelle obama will present a prestigious award to an oakland based youth program. youth radio was chosen to receive the national arts and humanity award. the nonprofit teaches hundreds of students how to produce radio segments. the first lady will give the award
deemed responsible, jim jones, who ran this colony. many of his followers were from the bay area, 27 were family members were of wynona. >> he comes to a scheme that he will take them all to the promise land. they believe today. >> reporter: 34 years ago he cited what was a mass suicide, a mass murder. they shunned him by then, ed was 8 years old and lost 8 close cousins that day. >> they went there following their parents thinks all of our dreams will come to pass in this paradise in the middle of a jungle somehow. so, i am really big on pushing people and myself and my children to strive for your dreams. >> reporter: the family is in the middle of a legal cite trying to build a new memorial to replace this one. hoping to have it done by the 35th anniversary next year. [singing] >> reporter: the crowd at the annual memorial has been dwindling. today, only a dozen people came to pay respects. >> most of us were not born at that time. it is important we know our american history so we don't repeat this. >> in oakland, cbs 5. >>> mother and son have thanksgiving dinner together. the hea
, jim jones, who ran this colony. many of his followers were from the bay area, 27 were family phepl bers of wynona >> - - members of wynona. >> he comes to a grand scheme. they believe today it. >> reporter: 34 years ago jones started a mass suicide known as a mass murder. they lost eight family members. >> they followed their parents thinking all of their dreams will come to pass in this paradise in the middle of the youngel somehow. so, i am big on pushing people and myself and my children to strive for your dreams. >> reporter: the family is in the middle of a legal fight trying to build a new memorial to try to replace this one. hoping to have it done by the 35th anniversary next year. [singing] the crowd at this memorial has been dwindling. today, only a dozen people came to pay respect. >> most of us were not born at that time. it is important we don't repeat this. >>> no let up in iraq and the attacks between israel and hamas in gaza today. in gaza city, israeli missile ripped through a home, killing at least 11 civilians, including four children. and palestinian rocket hi
in 1978 is that of the map deemed responsible. jim jones, who ran this colony. many of his followers were from the bay area. 27 were family members of wynona. >> he comes with this grand scheme to me he is going to take all of these people to the promise land. they believed it. >> reporter: 34 years ago jones incited what he called a mass suicide known as a mass murder. the norwoods shunned him by then. ed was 8 years old and lost 8 close cousins that day. >> they went to jonestown following their parents thinking all of our dreams exactly to pass in this paradise in the middle of a jungle somehow. so, i am really big on pushing people and myself and my children to strive for your dreams. >>> the family is in the middle of a legal fight trying to build a new memorial to replace this one. they are hoping to have it done bite 35th anniversary, next year. [singing] the crowd at this annual memorial has been dwindling. today, a dozen people came to pay respects. >> most of us were not born at that time. so, it is very important for us to know our miles an hour history so we don't repeat this
of hundreds of children. on this day in 1978 in guyana, bay area cult leader jim jones ordered his followers to drink cyanide-laced kool-aid. a los angeles minister who lost members of her family says it's important to remember the youngest victims. >> every innocent person counts, but children matter twice, because they evoke our present joy and they also determine our future. >> as part of the ceremony today, mourners covered up the part of the cemetery memorial that displays the name of jim jones. dr. norwood said a memorial with his name wrongly presents jones as a victim. >>> now to our continuing coverage of the scandal involving the former director of the cia, david petraeus. computer crime experts say the fbi would most likely not have pursued the complaints of harassment brought by this woman you see here, jill kelley, florida socialite, except that the sender seemed to know the travel schedules of both petraeus and marine general john allen. the sender turned out to be paula broadwell, petraeus' biographer and former mistress. the fbi says because the investigation involved such hi
and checking spear went to investigate the peoples temple cult in the south american nation of guyana and jim jones came from san francisco to that jungle settlement. they believe that there was a utopia of social harmony and racial justice. however, this turned violent and this was followed by a mass murder and suicide. 900 men, women, died. >> national news a possible serial killer could be targeting people of middle eastern descent and york. three brooklyn store murders have been murdered since july. the same 22 caliber weapon was used. all of these were in a 5 mi. radius. the latest was a 78 year-old man killed friday and each case the man was covered was with store merchandise. >> that parade float in midland texas leaving four people dead investigators were able to use video to recreate the accident and determined that the train blew it for seven seconds before ramming into the flatbed truck. the community is still and shock. there was a candlelight vigil >> i think that i told a thunderous something that is that happening and we prayed. >> to show our support for our city, for the fall
responsible, jim jones, who ran this colony in guyana. many of his followers were from the bay area. 27 were family members of wynonna norwood. >> he comes with this grand scheme that he's taking all these people to the promised land. they believed it. >> reporter: 34 years ago jones incited what he called a mass suicide also known as a mass murder. the norwoods had shunned him by then. ed was 8 years old and lost eight close cousins that day. >> they went to jonestown following their parents thinking that all of our dreams will come to pass in this paradise in the middle of a judge l somehow. i'm really big on pushing people and myself and my children to strive for your dreams. >> reporter: the family is in the middle of a legal fight trying to build a new memorial to replace this one. they're hoping to have it done by the 35th anniversary next year. the crowd at this annual memorial has been dwindling. today only about a dozen people came to pay respects. >> most of us weren't even born at that time, so it's very important that we know our american history so that we don't repeat this.
of the man responsible for the deaths is on the plaque. jim jones poisoned people with kool-aid. a dozen people showed up at the oakland cemetery to mark the 34th anniversary of the mass suicide. >> it's horrific. we live that tragedy, my family, many people never got over it. now we have to see the insult. >> families hope to get a new memorial by next year. >>> san francisco may be getting ready to shed its image as the city where anything goes including clothing. the board of supervisors is scheduled to vote tomorrow on an ordinance that would ban nudity in most public places. the proposal would make it illegal for anyone older than five to expose himself. exemptions would be made for participants at permitted street fairs and parades. so some exceptions. >> of course. >>> another step for the warriors' plans to build a 17,000-seat arena on the san francisco waterfront. cbs 5 insider phil matier reports two powerful labor unions are expected to join forces and urge the board of supervisors to approve the deal. the billion-dollar project is expected to create thousands of construction
is ruining it, we saw a bit of that with jim jones as we were moving though. go ahead follow up, ron. >> and still on that point, when people play bible tennis i smack you with one and they smack another one in back and so forth -- [laughter] i found out not to long ago that that is called sword ledge. in other words you can go to the bible if you can prove just about anything you want. you know god has feathers because under his wings he will cover you and things like that. but there is, having come out of that, kind of a back ground. there is a thing; they call it "laying a fleece before god" it goes back to gideon and so forth. what you do is you flop the bible open and put your finger down if you've got a particular problem and you read it and that's your answer. so there is a story on that basis of a guy that was having trouble, and he put his finger in the bible and it says judas went out and hang himself. [laughter] oh no, that can't be for me. so hey looks at that again and put his finger down and it said go thou and do like wise. [laughter] >> my mentor walter capps used to
vice president to a cult leader, he's not jim jones or david coo refresh, but he's add folking suicide in this. we need carbon to live. carbon power is every element of our world and in fact, the more carbon we burn, the longer and better man's life has become and in fact, the less and less carbon and climate related deaths we've had the more carbon we've burned. so to start taxing carbon, it's like taxing breathing or blood, it will have a suicidal effect on not only business, but mankind in general. >> i want to know if al gore has a television at home. has he been watching what we've been talking about for the last year and a half? we don't have bloody time for a carbon tax right now! we have a lot more other things to talk about and these people, as we've said before, cannot find their way to the bathroom most days. you want to complicate it with a carbon tax that nobody even knows what the hell it is half the time! he's nuts? tell him to go back to the internet. >> as we talk about a potential carbon tax or other taxes, i go back to the issue of what happens to american businesses
to investigate the people's temple cult involving many bay area people under consult leader jim jones. it turned violent. congressman ryan was shot and killed. speer and others were left for dead . then consult members were given cyanide-layed kool-aid. 900 men and women died. speer went on to serve san mateo in congress. >>> now to the other story about san francisco based travel company air b & b. it relies on a community of online users to connect team with accommodations worldwide. new services should expand the company's reach in the tourism industry. >> christina rents out a home in her san francisco victorian to international visitors. about 100 this the past two years. she showcases her place on air b and b, an online company that specializes in tour efforts look for unique experiences. >> the city's number one industry, tourism, is now being brought into all the neighborhoods throughout the city. >> and that has had a $56 million impact on the san francisco economy. between april, 2011 and may of this year. according to a study commissioned by air b & b. it's little had profound benefi
area people under consult leader jim jones. it turned violent. congressman ryan was shot and killed. speer and others were left for dead . then cult members were given cyanide-laced kool-aid. 900 men and women and children died. speer went on to serve san mateo in congress. >>> san francisco based travel company air b&b. it relies on a community of online users to connect team with accommodations worldwide. new services should expand the company's reach in the tourism industry. >> christina rents out a home in her san francisco victorian to international visitors. about 100 this the past two years. she showcases her place on air b&b, an online company that specializes in tour efforts look for unique experiences. >> the city's number one industry, tourism, is now being brought into all the neighborhoods throughout the city. >> and that has had a $56 million impact on the san francisco economy. between april, 2011 and may of this year. according to a study commissioned by air b&b. it's also had profound benefits for the 3,000 hosts in san francisco like christina. according to the st
many bay area people under consult leader jim jones. it turned violent. congressman ryan was shot and killed. speer and others were left for dead . then cult members were given cyanide-laced kool-aid. 900 men and women and children died. speer survived and went on to serve san mateo in congress.>>> san francisco based travel company air b&b. it relies on a community of online users to connect team with accommodations worldwide. new services should expand the company's reach in the tourism industry. >> christina rents out a home in her san francisco victorian to international visitors. about 100 this the past two years. she showcases her place on air b&b, an online company that specializes in tour efforts look for unique experiences. >> the city's number one industry, tourism, is now being brought into all the neighborhoods throughout the city. >> and that has had a $56 million impact on the san francisco economy. between april, 2011 and may of this year. according to a study commissioned by air b&b. it's also had profound benefits for the 3,000 hosts in san francisco like christi
players. jim jones, the first national security adviser, was an outlier and didn't stay all that long. i think general petraeus has been seen as a bit of an outlier not playing about the no drama obama rules. it won't surprise anybody to see a change there in part because as the president remakes his foreign policy team, he'll go back to a premium saying i want everybody that will play nicely together and get along internally and externally. >> there are also questions about when the next term leon panetta would go back to california. others are expected to transition out. hillary clinton most notably. and then we talk about who will succeed hillary clinton. susan rice is a very strong defender. he we heard senator john kerry would be very interested in that position, if he won that sweepstakes. susan page, thank you so much for joining us and chris alissa as well as and mark halpern and andrew ross sorkin. a busy news day and we talk about the fiscal cliff and that summit next week as well. that does it for this week, a busy, very historic week in politics for this edition of "andrea mi
as the united states of america. macy also jim jones and all those claiming by intellect or face they can supervene the natural laws. if there were such a thing as a historical necessity, why in the world would we have to eight? one not question the sense of proportion of a human being who claims they will save it under us this season ceased to rise. they seem to lead, but they emerge from and ride for power. the mass confusion of the unbalance group. the political impulse for all explained is more reasonable than outmoded forms represented of religion and culture. may also be seen to be imposed by those who seek out magic. a quiet of the psychic healer and energy therapist, bloodless surgeons cannot pass life therapists, and a worshiper of the political strongman each trade autonomy for magic. but the power of the magic vendors, bees, stimulus, like the resurrection of tinker bell cannot be attempted without sacrifice. hear this sacrifice is reason. the contemporary equivalent of cash in the flesh. sacrifice implies a supernatural recipient, an angry god and requires a strong man, perhap
-generation student aid counseling, tutoring, mentoring. programs like himelfarb and i see my colleague jim jones for the council for opportunity in education. programs that focus at the middle-school level to help his students academic support to succeed is another critical piece of the puzzle. so i will stop there so we have time to talk more about the stern discussion. >> thank you, mr. packer. talk to fauntroy. >> i'm going to speak from the perspective with professor, educator and work number for the scholarship endowment fund to washington d.c. they've given a million five in scholarships to washington d.c. public school graduates over the last 20 years or so. we braced endowment of more than $2 million. my experiences on the board and also at the church mason university for a teach both graduate and undergraduate students and public policy have led me to a number of conclusions that run counter to what our traditional view of the american dream is all about. for as long as we can sort of remote or, a college education has been the ticket to a more comfortable life and while that reality st
forward. we have people like myself and senator trent lott and general jim jones. a lot of people from different backgrounds, and together. toghether. host: you're the secretary of agriculture until 2001. he's been a senior adviser at a wallaw firm. he also served as chairman of the motion picture association of america. also what the aspen institute. low marks for the 2012 election. this is from the people andpress.org. "the desire for by a partnership is not fully shared," is the takeaway headline. voters want president obama to work with the other side. guest: most independents do want people to reach consensus. roughly 75% of the american people want to see people work across party lines, or least work together to reach consensus. reaching compromise is a unilateral disarmament. if we want to resolve the problems of the deficit and debt, america's role in keeping its strong, we have to solve these problems. the only to solve problems is to work together. just like in your family. it can lead to divorce. we want some degree of unity and harmony. it doesn't mean giving up on your pri
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."" watch! >> "the "daily show"" election night special, featuring jason jones, jessica williams, george stephanopoulos, jim cantore anderson cooper and his golden saxophone, hologram edward r. murrow, bob schieffer. >> all right. >> tom brokaw. >> if it ain't brokaw, you don't fix t. >> jose diaz-balart. [ speaking in spanish ] >> you'll be the first to know. >> hoda and kathie lee. >> we've been drinking since since the midterm. >> and me -- >> patrick stewart. >> "the daily show" election night coverage, this ends now. >> okay. did you see us? >> yeah. >> we were excellent. that was the most work. >> do we get paid for that? okay. there is a professional cuddler out there, you guys, a weird story. you want to know who is right and who is wrong first? that gnocchi, the squirrel. >> the squirrel. >> gotten so many of these political -- campaign -- he has called them, called the race the right way. >> there were two bowls of nuts, one for president obama, one for governor romney and he was supposed to pick the nuts and the nuts he ate were the winner. >> he ate more of the governor's nut
of the tree and jamie costello will be there. >> a famey elf. >> -- a famous elf. >>> adam jones placed 6th in the most valuable player voting he is the highest vote getter since tejada in 2004. jones also won his second gold glove this year. two other other orioles received votes jim johnson came in 14th and matt weeder finished 21st. >>> it's purple friday and we are gearing up for a huge weekend matchup heading to pittsburgh to take on the steelers sunday. it won't be flacco versus big ben. i stead, it's -- instead, it's flacco against leftwich who will take the fold as roethlisberger nurse as sore shoulder on the sideline. leftwich has not started since 2009 and he played for tampa bay then. ravens are number one in the afc north at 7-2 and steelers are right behind at 6-3. kick off sunday night is set for 8:20. >>> 5:49. whether you are first time thanksgiving cook or the expert chef, apps can make the dinner preps easier and more fun. so for example you can check out the thanksgiving menu maker app so this has recipes from starters to desserts and you can make a shopping list and sche
in washington and europe much the dow jones average plunged 313 points, the worst day of '12. the s & p500,500 topped. >> don't panic or bail out. >> that's the message from jim at market watch who says despite the dow's 313-point loss wednesday, it's not as bad as it appears. >> the numbers look scarier than they are. the day before we had a run-up of 133 points. >> it's be dateable if the election results were the reason for the drop. what is not debatable are two things, talk out of the europe that the debt crisis could be affecting germany and our economy falling off the cliff -- off a cliff. >> a market climbs a wall of worry, and once we flushed out the positions built into the market ahead of the election we can probably see the market sort of the gradually rebuilding itself as we come closer and closer to the end of the year. >> he says if the divided congress of republicans and democrats can't come to a compromise, the stock market fears could become reality. >> it's not just talk anymore. it's either got to happen or we will go off that cliff. if we do, the fear is that it could
are getting hurt for three times now you wonder their id is, tie 1 jone t taiwan jones... my opponent, has said that they have lost several and it this is what jim harbaugh had to say. >> the team is playing very good football. it is an improved team. >> there is, the 49ers. and will and with it is the funny car championship contender, jack beckman survived an engine explodes in yesterday's. and this was in the auto club finals in pomona, california. the driver walked away with no injuries. and we are coming [ female announcer ] welcome, one and all, to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor. a feeding frenzy, to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever your craving. spend $25, and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend $25, and a frozen butterball turkey, just 99 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life. >> is great on friday we take the radio e-mails. >> angelo... the 49ers have a great tea
in the "washington post," "the boston globe," slate, the beirut daily star, san francisco magazine, "mother jones," and many, many others. eventually mr. jim and document a spectator and the daily car will be joining us and when he does i will give him a proper introduction. would the gentleman i have a right now i think a good way to get started, so those are three different perspectives, too represented here now, these are for philosophies in the midst of a campaign season, we are left and right and whatever is in between but i suppose that might be libertarian, dictator or influence on this election are outlined the american body politic. i think we should start with you individuals describing what it means to be a liberal. we will start with mr. scher. >> thanks very much for doing this. thank you for having us here. i've always defined liberalism very simply. the three r.'s of government. a government that is representative of all the people, that is responsive to the peoples concerned and is responsible of managing our resources both financial and natural. and that to me is the kind of gove
work has appeared in "the washington post", san francisco magazine, mother jones and many others. to write at manyes papers across the country. eventually jim antell will be joining us. with the gentleman i have here right now, a good way to get started. this was supposed to be three representatives of three perspectives. we are in the midst of the campaign season. we are left and right. whatever is in between. libertarian will have an influence on this election. let's start with you individually describing what it means to be a liberal and a libertarian. we start with mr. scher. >> thanks very much for doing this. young americans for liberty, thank you for having us here. i define liberalism as the three r's. a government that is representative of all people, that is responsive to the people's concerns, and responsible for managing our resources financial and rnatural. that is the kind of government that has always been in place when america has been its most successful. when government has been artificially restrained from doing what it is good at and what it can do, which is w
'm willing to go on that front, as far as box drinks. >> there's an awful lot of cane in new orleans. >> jim just broke, for a minute it was exclusive. phil jones us talking about mall mali staying at ford. >> we're listening to the conference call where mallalay and -- one thing to keep in mind that's very important is that he did not want to just lead ford because this is a company that has a long and really a bad track record when it comes to ceo succession. he looks at his tenure, the beginning fixing the company, the middle running it as it is now. and then the transition into the next ceo. and that's really the best way to look at this. he wants to make sure that that transition is a smooth transition. he doesn't want to make it wh-- ceo being pushed out the door and then the next ceo comes in, and then they have never had steady performance over a long period of time. that's the important thing to keep in mind, when you look at these promotions will be the company of the leadership structure. >> it has such a charmed run at bowing. makering a better use of but on a global basis, they
. it is leading both the s&p 500 and the dow jones industrial. back to you. dennis: thank you very much, medical. one of the richest franchises and network television. jim bell is leaving to run nbc. today had an unbroken run at number 1852 weeks straight. sixteen years. until last april when good morning america toppled it. today, ten weeks straight in second place. cheryl: it is very interesting the management shakeup in the changes coming. "good morning america" -- dennis: do not blame the makers. cheryl: northeast residents probably need a little bit of a break. we will talk with him about what is ahead. let's take a look at some of the winners on the nasdaq. ♪ cheryl: celebrating the one-year anniversary of the public company by ringing the open bell. passing a stock surge of 115%. joining me now is the ceo. stocks really performing. 150% gain is great for a spinoff. there is a concern that we are getting into the fiscal cliff fall. >> there is a fairly tight correlation. obviously, we are concerned about some sort of a long-term resolution to the issues that are in front of us. people wi
appreciate it very much. first on fox, bob carter. too late, jim, we already talked to bob carter. the big guys at toyota. back to you guys. dennis: thank you, jeff. nicely done. angus t jones, the 19-year-old who grew up on "two and a half men" and lately has found god is now apologizing. he apologizes "if my remarks reflect me showing a difference to and his respect to my colleagues in a lack of respect --." the black keys, a music group, they filed a lawsuit against pizza hut, home depot filing of stealing terms. and, he is back. cnn next president. he is also the guy that tried to put leno on it 10:00 o'clock. profitable piece of time warner, $680 in profits this year. it runs third two fox news, our sibling. jeffrey zucker is anything but dull. cheryl: why would he want to take over cnn. he used to run all of nbc's universal. why would you? why would you do that? dennis: when you have as much money as he does, it is no longer about the money. it is about your legacy. if you can go into cnn and turn them around, his reputation will be sealed. cheryl: i am thinking katie couric is not v
've been pointing out for a while, there is a labor day indicator that jim stack and others have pointed to. and 25 out of 28 times, if the dow jones industrial average was below where it was the friday before labor day, the incumbent loses. and that number 13, 091 and the dow closed at 13,093. so two points above. >> do you think it was sandy? >> i don't know what it was. turned around and it was down 140 points. which both sides were arguing, you know, one said it went up, but the rate came down. this time it was a stronger jobs number, but the rate went up. >> better than expected jobs report. >> but the month before was the worse than expected jobs report that they called better because of the -- >> can i comment on the tie? >> how does it look? >> looks good. >> but it's too thick for you. >> give me the one that you got because you don't wear ties that are -- >> i have it slimmed down. >> let's look at europe this morning. you can see in the ftse in france and the dax all trading down. all less than a percentage point. in asia, take a quick look to update you. unless you want to go to
driving on their list of safe driving tips. >> after texting. >> jim has a bugaboo while texting at red lights. >> stephanie: have you ever seen nosomeone swinging nunchakus. >> no, they're very effective against guns. >> stephanie: that's an indiana jones movie. >> and they're effective against whips. >> stephanie: hi andrew i do not good morning stephanie. how are you doing. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i have two thoughts for you. the first short and quick. sexy liberal tour on a three day cruise ship. >> stephanie: oh dear, mama can't do cruises. i get boat sick. >> caller: drinking helps. >> stephanie: oh, well, go ahead. >> caller: my main thought here all these republican talking heads and mitt romney complaining that obama won because he was ready to offer all these gifts to everybody. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: yet, mitt romney was running on great big tax breaks and eliminating inheritance tax. >> stephanie: gifts for the rich. >> caller: and capital gains tax. that's not a gift? that's not a santa claus for the rich. >> stephanie: exactly. smartest boy in cla
. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." look at futures. we'll open the day a little lower. dow jones off about six points. s&p 500 off a point. nasdaq up but only marginally. let's get down to the new york stock exchange. jim cramer joins us now. the news of the morning, ralcorp and conagra. what do you think? >> we thought it would happen before. it didn't. the ceo of conagra is trying to instill a growth culture into a food company. we know that's hard. he's done a remarkable job. stuck with a great dividend the whole time. this is huge now that he can nail this. private label, store label so to speak, is the only real growth category in food other than healthy foods, whole foods kind of thing. i love this deal. i love it for both. i love it for both companies. >> conagra is at a new high or close to a new high. it's a new high today on news of the deal. the acquiring company. >> this is a fiscal cliff motivated deal. people want to get these things done. there's a lot of companies that say we're going over the cliff. let's just ring the register right now. >> do you give credit to ralcorp for h
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